Stop the presses - I've always wanted to say that, but I have never had a reason until today. It appears that a recent poll was conducted by Lumosity: "Smartest Cities in America" that chose the 100 smartest cities in America.
Kathleen Sebelius, health and human services secretary, admitted before the Senate Finance Committee on Nov. 6 that a convicted felon could be a navigator (one who takes information from citizens enrolling in the Affordable Care Act).
A rare bi-partisan move that would allow individual health insurance plans to remain in effect throughout 2014 was drafted by Mary Landrieu, D-La. and a similar measure was put forward by Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich.
Every once in a while one should take a look at Gallup, the national polling service, to see what the folks around the nation are coping with on a day-to-day basis.
Stress is up 2 percent, according to Gallup's polling Nov. 2-4. It's at 11 percent.
In a startling admission, House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer admitted to members of the media that Democrats knew folks would not be able to keep the health care plans they were under prior to Obamacare being enacted.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, the architect of the bailout stimulus program that was initiated to pull a slumping U.S. economy out of the Great Recession may end up costing - who else - the U.S. taxpayer.